Ullmann's encyclopedia of industrial chemistry
Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry is a reference work related to industrial chemistry. As of 2016 it is in its 7th edition. This reference work provides the most current and trustworthy knowledge in everything that relates to the chemical industry, including processes, chemicals, products, analytical chemistry, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and much more.
Ullmann's encyclopedia of industrial chemistry is part of Wiley Online Library.
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